According to this article, women wearing the niqab, the face cover, find it hard to get certain jobs, including in Muslim-majority countries. At some point, the article shifts to talking about head coverings and the restrictive policies of states like Turkey and Tunisia against such a practice in the name of secularism, creating a sense that there is a prosecution of the "veil" no matter what kind and where. Notice the title: "Women the World Over Find Veil Limits Job Choice."
There is nothing in the article about the discrimination against women who do not veil. For some women, not wearing a veil, whether a head cover or a face veil, limits not only their work opportunities, but their freedom of movement and their very safety. Just as it is not right for states and businesses to discriminate against women who choose to wear a veil, it is not right to discriminate against women who choose not to cover. It's a simple point that I made before many times on this blog. But it is worth repeating.
Interestingly, the article instantaneously appeared in Arabic.